THIS suggests that anti-union rhetoric from Republican politicians might have backfired:


When employees at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., considered unionization, Republican officials at the local, state, and national level pulled out all the stops to prevent it. It was a multifaceted push, but GOP policymakers argued that killing unionization would offer a brighter future for the plant, the workers, and the whole region.

The argument, dubious or not, worked and the plant workers rejected the opportunity to join the United Automobile Workers union. But in an ironic twist, instead of encouraging VW to do ...

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THIS suggests that anti-union rhetoric from Republican politicians might have backfired:

When employees at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, Tenn., considered unionization, Republican officials at the local, state, and national level pulled out all the stops to prevent it. It was a multifaceted push, but GOP policymakers argued that killing unionization would offer a brighter future for the plant, the workers, and the whole region. The argument, dubious or not, worked and the plant workers rejected the opportunity to join the United Automobile Workers union. But in an ironic twist, instead of encouraging VW to do ...

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